One of the goals of good medical device design is to turn a lot of complicated science and engineering into a simple package that’s easy to use and understand. To help achieve this goal, remember that less is more when designing user interfaces, device enclosures, and instructions.
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A good User Interface (UI) improves usability for any medical device UX Design. Even if your device has all the needed functions and features and your workflow is proven based upon research and testing, the UI that users interact with is where they really gauge the experience of the device. For medical devices, documenting the […]
The UX design process for medical devices places emphasis on safety and documentation. Designers are provided standards such as IEC 62366-1 and IEC 62366-2 to guide us in the application of usability engineering to medical devices. I will be referencing them a lot.
Here’s a common scene at some development companies: The product development phase is 90% complete and all that’s left is the ‘User Experience design’ of the app of a blood pressure monitor. The team comes up to the Industrial Designer for the first time and say “This is what it does and it needs to perform […]